Since I can open d7000 nefs under bridge + acr 6.3 , missing profiles problem is more critical for me.
The D7000 is new? Either the profiles haven't been done yet for the RC version of 6.3 or Adobe doesn't intend to. Not all cameras have vender matching profiles. But since 6.3 is only at RC state, there's no way to know. You can make your own DNG profiles using the free DNG Profile Editor from www.labs.adobe.com.
As for not being able to open Camera Raw from Photoshop, the simple answer would be it's not properly installed. You don't mention 32/64- OS. Are you sure you ran the installer and got both versions of Camera Raw properly installed?
thx for your reply,
you're right, I couldn't install the acr by using the installer bec it gave errors while installing so I read all the related stuff and then copied the camera raw.8dbi to the right location manually to make it work.
I'm using 32 bit os.
And for the profiles,as far as I remember, I think I've read about some d7000 users who use these profiles with success on acr 6.3.
I don't know if there's a DNG Converter 6.3RC, but if there is, you can install that to get your profiles.
6) I have installed the dngconverter6-3_r1_win_102510.exe as it is said in these forums and nothing happened, still just 1 profile under acr 6.3 with d7000 nefs.
Sorry, missed that bit
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I don't think anyone has the new camera-centric profiles for the D7000, yet. The fact the D7000 is supported at all is what people are happy about.
As evidence, I have ACR 6.3 RC and LR 3.3 RC installed on my computer.
As far as I can tell, by looking at the modification-dates of the folders under:
the profiles that are new or updated this round are:
Canon PowerShot G12
Canon PowerShot S95
However, under C:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles\Adobe Standard and C:\Users\All Users\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles\Adobe Standard there is an extra Nikon D7000 Adobe Standard.dcp profile, and to Jeff's point, the D7000 is new and Adobe has only created their own Adobe Standard profile for the RC release, although I'd expect the other ones to be included in the final release.
thx for the reply, this might be the reason.
The only color profile available for the D7000 in the 6.3/3.3 Release Candidates is "Adobe Standard". This is expected behavior.
Now, I feel much better.
thx a lot.